Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 27, 1949 · Page 5
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1949
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Hi-Tri Membership Drive Reaches 85 Clear Lake — Eighty-five girls have signed up so far in the Hi-Tri membership drive held at the high school the past week, it was reported Saturday. Further pledges are expected. Next Thursday, after school, a short meeting will be held to acquaint the new girls with the purposes of Hi-Tri, what it is and what it does. Mrs. Arleigh Eddy is sponsor and officers this year are Patty Roseland, president; Mary Lou Ludwig, vice president; Delores Anderson, secretary, and Marilyn Haase, treasurer. Regular meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month. CLUB PLANS RUMMAGE SALE Clear Lake—Mrs. Fred Lysne entertained Triple C club at a sewing session Friday evening. Mmes, Emory Ouverson and Mar- garet Olney assisted in serving. Plans were made for a rummage sale which is to be held at Legion hall Oct. 1. Mrs. H. T. Christiansen is hostess Oct. 5. Club Organized by Future Homemakers St. Ansgar —The Future Homemakers of America club was organized With the following officers elected: Margaret Houg, president; Norma Loeschen, vice president; Phyllis Fleming, secretary; Darlene Peterson, treasurer; Suzanne Thacher, reporter. Membership in F. H. A. is open to all who are taking the homemaking course or who have completed one year of homemaking. The St. Ansgar F. H. A. chapter- plans to affiliate with the state and national organization. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in homemaking and to carry on worthwhile school and community projects. AT RAIZES YOU GET THE Free Delivery AH Orders of $3 or More SPRY 3-Lb. Can PENICK, Light and Dark SYRUP 5-Gal. Pail Chase & Sanborn COFFEE 1-Lb. Can SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 75 C 29° 45 C 59 C GOOD COBBLER Potatoes 10^29° We Reserve the Right to Limit. RAIZES SUPER SERVICE MARKET FREE PARKING 213 South Federal Phone 264 COFFEE Butter-Nut 49 DEL MONTE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE AT START OF TITO'S CAREER—This rare photo of Marshal J. Z. Tito, the Yugoslav ruler who has the world guessing, was one of the first to enter the United States and has never been published. It is owned by Mason Cityan Hans V. Tofte and when he returned with it from a U. S. army mission it was widely sought by leading magazines but not re- eased for publication. * The picture was taken in the fall of 1943 and features Tito seated at he entrance of his cave headquarters posing for his friend, Augustincic, famous Yugoslav sculptor. The" site was at Jajce, on the Dorder between Bosnia and Dalmatia in enemy occupied Yugoslavia. It was, at the time when Cito was rapidly rising to power at the head of the so-called Na- :ional Liberation army during a whirlwind military campaign against the Axis forces. Tofte was given the photo by Augustincic, who autographed it n Dalmatia on Jan. 9, 1944. Tofte was then captain in the U. S. army and was connected with tlv first group of U. S. combat inteli. jence officers who parachuted into Yu- joslavia and were the first Amer- .cans to find Tito at his mountain aase at Jajce. Later Tito had to leave his cave headquarters in a hurry, when nazi paratroopers launched a surprise attack against Jajce. NEWS of RECORD Police Court LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL •%--19 NU TRISHUS Meat Balls 43c MEAT SPECIALS DECKER'S IOWANA PICNICS . . >b 29c Disorderly Conduct—Alex Mitchell, Osagc, forfeited $15 bond. Petty Larceny—Emtl Roethler, 15 14th N. \V., ffncd 550 and costs. Reckless Driving—Arlo D. Hewett, route 4, forfeited SH2 bond. Intoxication—Milton H- Aamodt, Northwood, forfeited $15 bond. Thomas G. Staunton, "Mis 1st S. E., and Roy Smith, 403 Jefferson S. W., each forfeited 510 bond. Passing Slop Sign—David Dunn, QOG Monroe N. W., forfeited $3 bond. Overtime Parking—W. D. Thrams, 1308 Carolina N. E.; Les Boomhowcr, route 4; Mrs. Gertrude Kclster, G3fi 2nd N. E.; Calvin Plppert, route 2, and William J. Dallas, 523 12th N. W., each forfeited 51 bond. Parking In Restricted Z o n e—Melvln Strand, 3ii2 3rd S. W.: Harold Ackley, 823 Van Burcn N. W.; J. C. Casey, Clear Lake; Harold Diesel, 712 Jackson N. W.; Ray Harr, 113 JSSrd S. W.; Mamie Carleton, Maplecrest Cabins, and Mrs. Richard Browning, 225 14th N. W., each forfeited $1 bond. Double Parking—John Zanios, 123 5th N. W., and Jim Mills, 830 Tyler S. W., each forfeited $1 bond. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Suby, 210 14th K. E., Saturday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dcets, Manly, Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Tenold, Carpenter, Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Eugtne Groesbeck, Garner, Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, Lclund, Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Schcrrlll Bcn- ncr, route 1, Sunday. RED TRIUMPH NORTHERN POTATOES IS? $2.95' DEMING'S SALMON FOLGER'S COFFEE LARGE SIZE SUNKIST ORANGES ONIONS CONCORD GRAPES 1-Pound Tail Can .. Ib. dor. Bag 39c 53c Market Basket 29c 49c 89c V\iss Hollatz Is Honoree at Social Events Clear Lake—Miss Darlene Hol- atz, whose marriage to Robert V. Jacot, Mason City, will take place Dct. 7, was honored at a miscel- .aneous shower at Legion hall Tuesday afternoon.'Hostesses were Mmes. Adolph, William, Fred and Everett Hollatz and Mrs. Henry Christiansen, and 40 guests attended. Written contests formed the entertainment. Prizes won were given the bride-elect. Other gifts were presented. Thursday evening Mrs. Kenneth Haynes, aunt of the bride-to-be, entertained about 25 close friends and co-workers of Miss Hollatz at her home in Mason City. Games were played and prizes given. Miss Hollatz received many gifts for her new home. Mrs. Clarence E. Heide, nee Ella Mae Knop, Dubuque, aunt oi the bride-to-be, was a guest at both events. Mitchell Auxiliary Entertains Veterans St. Ansgar —Mrs. Wayne Ruechel represented St. Ansgar recently when the Mitchell county American Legion Auxiliary entertained the veterans in the hospital in Independence. She was mistress of ceremonies, Sept. 26, 1949 15 Mason City Ulot>e-G»ie(U, MMOB City, U. sang 3 selections and played a cornet solo. Miss Marlene Ruechel accompanied her when she played "The Debutante" on the cornet. Miss Emma Lane of Otranto gave several readings. Others attending from Mitchell county were county president, Mrs. Florence White, of Riceville, and Mrs. L. S. McGillivray of Carpenter; A party for the veterans followed the program and refreshments were served. The state name "Kentucky" originated from an Indian word, "Kentahten," meaning tomorrow, or land of tomorrow. PRICES EFFECTIVE TgESDAY - WEDNESDAY VALUE-WAY - SELF SERVE MEATS FEDERAL FRUIT 223 No. Federal MARKET Phone 542 ALL MEAT -FRESH - NONE HIGHER GROUND BEEF U. S. Govfr. Graded U. S. Good CLUB STEAKS VALUE WAY LEAN - CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS VALUE WAY 59 Ib. SLICED Bacon Ends BAKERY SPECIALS DATE AND NUT CRIMP BREAD PECAN NOUGAT COOKIES Do,29c FRESH ROLLS BAKED DAILY — 4:00 P. M. THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY PAREWAY STOREC JL 'r rov.oviir\i, FOOD i>is ruim i ION A \**s c ire Calls At S:4R p. m., Sunday to 211 S. Federal, Jnehler Meat Market occupant; Mlcr If company, owner. Electric motor to valk-in cooler burned out. Marriage Licenses Rudolph Valentine Almiin, 22, nnd Doris Jean Roscnklld, 19, both of Mason 3ity; Howard Raymond Hanson, 21, and :.ols Marie Kelly, 18, both of Mlnneapo- is. Divorces Filed Taullne Frlne against Lester Trine on grounds of cruelty. Married Oct. 21, 11)43, at Omaha. Separated Sept. 11, 104!). No children. Harold Frcccc against Tlllle Frccsc nn grounds of cruelly. He asks title to SH,)00 in savings and the household goods. Married March S. in:t(, at Kudd. Separated Aug. 10, 1010. One child. Realty Transfers Green, Allicrt C. and wife, to Alvln II. Minearl and Mary E., SI and other, Jt. ten., W!i L. H, .T. C. Williams' Add., Mas on City, 9-JJ2-19. Phillips, Overholt, Laura anil Siffel G. Ovcrholt, to Otto Mostrom and Lllllc C. Mostrom, SI and other. (WD) L. ] I, nlk. "A" Oak Park Add., Mason City, D-fi-l!). Mostrom, Lillle C., to Francis E. McDonald and Marian G. McDonald, jt. ten., (QCO) SI and other, L. It, Blk. "A," Oak Park Attd., Manon Cily, 3- Moslrom, Otto, to Frnncln E. McDonald and Marian G., jt. ten., SI nnd other, (WD> I.. 34, Blk. "A," Oak Park Add., Mnson City, fl-23-4!). San ford, Frank R. and Cora, to I^evny Anderson and Alice, SI and other, (WD) W. 2(1 feet of Lot 33<j Midland Heights, Mason City, 8-2B-I!). Levlnson, N. and Sylvia, (o Nathan Roienbaum, fl and other, (WD) undivided I/a inl. In L. I Ed A. •Schmllz' Add., Mason City, H-:ll-40. Steffeti, Fred G. nnd Clara, to Hartley Doolan and Hilda T., $1 and other, (WD) L. 1!), Blk. 1(1, College Add., Ma»on City. 9-23-40. Shepherd, Lowell E., to Glenn F. Kcln- liart and Muriel B., jt. ten., SI and other, (WD) L9, Blk. 8, the Highlandj, Mason City, 0-15-ltt. Food City Stands for all 1 Quality 2—Cleanliness 3—Lower Prices 4-Courtesy 5-Complete Food Store Washington Italian PRUNES, 12-lb. lug ... 59c Minnesota Cobbler POTATOES, 10 Ibs 2$c Decker's BEEF BOIL, Ib 19c OUR QUALITY WE PRIZE! OUR LOW PRICES WE MAINTAIN! Decker's Skinless WIENERS, Ib, 39c SPECIAL Griddle Mix PANCAKE FLOUR, 3-Ib. Pkg. Pantry Pride MAPLE SYRUP, Quart BOTH FOR 59c Betty Crocker BISQUICK 44 oz.... 39c GINGERBREAD MIX Pkg 19c Velveeta CHEESE, 2-lb, box .... 69c Two Fine Stores To Serve You 12 FIRST STREET N.W. ON-THE-SQUARE 613 SOUTH FEDERAL PLENTY OF PARKING PURE GROUND BEEF • • • • Lb. 39 100% PURE LARD • • • • • 1-Lb. CTN. 14 FRESH, SOLID PACK OYSTERS . Pt. 55 SOLID HEADS LETTUCE. LGE. • B^C HEAD The apple crop of Washington State represents approximately one-seventh or the nation's apple yield. ADD ONLY WATER 4 FLAVORS Devil'} fudge While Golden Spice 35 PER PKG. Lifebuoy SOAP 2 Bath Size 19c N. B. C. Saltine CRACKERS Pound... 2Jc IT PAYS TO USE THE G-G WANT ADS! CALIFORNIA VALENCIA, 220 Size JUICE ORANGES DOZ. TRUCK LOAD SALE APPLES JONATHANS per bushel . DELICIOUS per bushel . 2.69 2.89 BLEACHES CLOROX.. GAL. 39 LIBBY'- WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN CORN ... 29 8K/NG US YOUR PROCTER & GAMBLE COUPONS Dreft — Oxydol Tide — Duz

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